Tag: Issue 17

Year End Context Part II

  OPINION THE PIONEERS OF South African journalism are indispensable as guides to a new South African journalism, but we should not become too captivated by them. These are the thoughts of Mandy Sanger, the Head of Education with the District Six Museum in Cape Town. Sometimes we feel resentment when foreigners simplify our liberation […]

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Merging theatre and politics in a divided city

Alexandra Sutherland’s interest in community engagement began around the same time she started studying drama. In fact, it was sparked when people started killing each other just minutes away from the first year classes she sat in. Sutherland is well known in both the Rhodes University Drama Department as the Head of the Applied Theatre […]

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